Olivier Grondin

Olivier Grondin
University of Bordeaux · College of Human Sciences

PhD Psychopathology and clinical psychology

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Introduction
Olivier Grondin currently works at the College of Human Sciences, University of Bordeaux. Olivier does research in Clinical Psychology. Their current project is 'Mood variability within the daily life in early adulthood and adolescence'.
Additional affiliations
September 2005 - present
University of Bordeaux
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (42)
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Résumé Comment construire un questionnaire de psychologie ? Souvent peu détaillée dans les études, l’étape de construction d’un questionnaire est pourtant un aspect méthodologique essentiel du travail de mesure des phénomènes psychologiques. Au-delà des précautions prises ultérieurement lors de sa validation, un questionnaire ne peut mesurer que ce...
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Résumé Les conduites à risques chez les enfants et les adolescents sont un réel problème de santé publique tant leurs conséquences en termes de morbidité que de mortalité sur le court terme et le long terme sont désastreuses. Dans cet article, nous définirons dans un premier temps les conduites à risques (CAR) puis nous soulignerons l’importance du...
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Background: The contribution of mental health to the risk of smoking is increasingly acknowledged but still insufficiently studied during the key period of student life. In particular, the simultaneous action of stress and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) symptoms on the risk of smoking remains poorly understood. Aims: To assess t...
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Cet article fournit une revue de littérature des recherches scientifiques sur le refus scolaire entre 2007 et 2014. Le but est de rendre compte des dernières avancées sur la question du refus scolaire et de mettre en avant et en lien les questions actuelles sur ce thème. Une recherche systématique internationale a été réalisée dans les bases : PubM...
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Context Previous studies suggested that many patients, who have given their informed consent to participate in randomized controlled trials (RCT), have somewhat limited understanding of what a placebo treatment is. We hypothesized that the relationship between patients and their health professionals plays a central role in this understanding. Meth...
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Opinion 4a: The PI has subjective criteria for patients’ inclusion. (DOCX)
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Opinion 6c: I think that APs might influence the placebo response. (DOCX)
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Opinion 3a: In RCTs, placebo is a methodological requirement to assert the effectiveness of the new treatment under investigation. (DOCX)
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Opinion 3d: Patients allocated to placebo might feel disappointed. (DOCX)
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Opinion 7: Who is said to benefit from the unexplained healing? (DOCX)
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Opinion 4b: The PI also considers the family circle of the patient. (DOCX)
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Opinion 4c: The PI acknowledges that he influences the patient’s decision. (DOCX)
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Opinions 5a and 5b: Do you think you have an influence on the placebo response? (DOCX)
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Opinion 3b: How does placebo work: neurobiological effect, belief/expectation or both? (DOCX)
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Opinion 3c: The interrelationship with health professionals is involved. (DOCX)
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Opinion 6a: As an AP, I think that I had an influence on the treatment response of my patient. (DOCX)
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Opinion 6b: I think that my physician (i.e. my AP) had an influence on my treatment response. (DOCX)
Conference Paper
Abstract: Anxiety-based school refusal is a complex, ill-defined phenomenon related to several dimensions (social, family, school, psychological…). This anxious absenteeism is a clinical reality with consequence on family, professional perspectives and on adolescent’s psychological functioning (Mc Cune & Hynes, 2005). As prognosis depends to a larg...
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Résumé L'évaluation des troubles anxiodépressifs dans la population cancéreuse pose la question de la possible discor-dance entre le discours rapporté et l'éprouvé émotionnel. Les troubles anxiodépressifs ont été évalués chez 101 femmes atteintes d'un cancer du sein avec l'HADS et le Rorschach-SI. Cette étude propose une réflexion dans le sens d'un...
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The current study examines whether sociotropy and autonomy traits prospectively predict depressed mood following daily events in young adults and considers whether relationships between personality, daily events, and mood differ by cultural context. Samples in Metropolitan France (n = 99) and Reunion Island (n = 70) participated in identical ambula...
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The Experience Sampling Method (ESM) collects data repeatedly over time, and is therefore prone to missing observations. Little is known about the characteristics of the subjects and of the ESM procedure associated with unanswered records. Through an ESM investigation of substance use determinants, these characteristics were able to be analyzed. Pa...
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Computerized ambulatory monitoring overcomes a number of methodological and conceptual challenges to studying mental disorders, however concerns persist regarding the feasibility of this approach with severe psychiatric samples and the potential of intensive monitoring to influence data quality. This multi-site investigation evaluates these issues...
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Despite the growing application of the ambulatory computerised method to study the behaviour or problems of adolescents, numerous results concerning the quality of the data remain to be explored further. The present study examined the feasibility and validity of a computerised ambulatory monitoring protocol among a sample of 131 young French adults...
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Little is known about the magnitude and duration of mood responses to daily negative events as a function of gender, history of mood disorder, and current substance use. Using computerized ambulatory monitoring techniques, perceived negativity of minor daily events and state affect were prospectively examined every 3h on average for a 7-day period....
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The presentation of the health service and therapeutic set up of group analysis and psychodrama will be used as support for a double clinical analysis : the case clinic and process clinic. At another level it will consist of material analysis put together by the group observer and discussed during regulations with the group therapists. The practice...
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To validate the French version of the Sociotropy- Autonomy Scale (SAS) developed by Beck and others. The SAS is a self-questionnaire of 60 items divided into 2 dimensions measuring sociotropy and autonomy. The SAS was completed by 1028 students, 140 of whom jointly completed Robins' Personal Style Inventory-Revised, and 75 of whom completed the SAS...
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Resumen Se examinó la conducta social diaria y el afecto negativo en una muestra de individuos con un amplio espectro de puntuaciones de propensión a la psicosis. Utilizando el método de muestreo de la experiencia, se indicó a los participantes que, cinco veces al día durante un periodo de una semana, proporcionaran informes naturalistas del lugar,...
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Daily social behavior and negative affect were examined in a sample of individuals with a wide spectrum of psychosis-proneness scores. Using the experience sampling method, participants were signaled five times per day for a 1-week period to provide naturalistic reports of location, activity, and social behavior. Little evidence was found for a dir...
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The aim of this study is to examine in the context of daily experience whether anxiety or depression are involved in a specific minor events vulnerability. 88 adults students of the general population were included in this study. The mean age of this community sample is 22,9 years. The present study examined this link using of the Experience Sampli...

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